FULGURANT ADJECTIVE (ful-gu-rant) FLASHING OR DAZZLING LIKE LIGHTENING The fireworks shot off over the ocean were FULGURANT
SENESCENCE NOUN (se-nes-cence) The state of being old Growing old Aging The process of becoming old Do your stiff muscles make it harder to get out of your easy chair? It maybe SENESCENCE at work. Meaning you are getting older. Aches and pains remind me that SENESCENCE is here.
PHOSPHENES NOUN (fos-feen) An image produced by pressure applied to the eye by rubbing when the lid is closed The colors or “stars” you see when you rub your eyes After a long session on the computer, I rub my eyes and see PHOSPHENES
OSTENTATIOUS ADJECTIVE (os-ten-tey-shu s) Attracting or seeking to attract attention, admiration or envy often by gaudiness or obviousness-overly elaborate The Trump Taj Mahal Hotel in Atlantic City New Jersey is OSTENTATIOUS
NEXAS NOUN (Nek-sas) A means of connection A link or tie The Florida keys is a NEXAS of bridges
QUIXOTIC ADJECTIVE (quit-ot-ic) HAVING IDEAS THAT ARE DIFFERENT OR UNUSUAL BUT NOT PRACTICAL OR LIKELY TO SUCEED NOT SENSIBLE ABOUT PRACTICAL MATTERS If you describe someone’s idea or plans as QUIXOTIC you mean that they are imaginative or hopeful but unrealistic A small group of conservationists began a QUIXOTIC attempt to renovate a 200 year…
LAUDATORY ADJECTIVE (Lau-da-to-ry) RELATING TO OR EXPRESSING PRAISE The judges at the spelling bee gave individual LAUDATORY remarks to each finalist.
1 easy recipe 3 different desserts ****ECLAIR DINNER DESSERT**** 1 Individual package graham crackers 1 (3oz) Package instant vanilla pudding mix 1 1/2 Cups milk 1/2 (8oz) container frozen whipped topping(THAWED) 1/2 (16oz) container prepared chocolate frosting HOW TO: Line bottom of a 8×8 square pan with graham crackers In a large bowl combine pudding…
INTUIT VERB (IN-TU-IT) UNDERSTAND OR WORK OUT BY INSTINCT My dogs know it’s golf cart ride time by INTUIT